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Mexico's Infrastructure Needs and Opportunities

9:00am-4:30pm
New York

58 East 68th Street

Produced as part of our ongoing series:

Mexico's Infrastructure Needs and Opportunities has been cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances. For questions, please contact falive@cfr.org.

Foreign Affairs LIVE: Mexico's Infrastructure Needs and Opportunities is a full-day, multi-faceted examination of Mexico's National Infrastructure Program, with a special focus on the transport and telecom sectors. Join Foreign Affairs for an overview and assessment of the program, featuring discussions on multimodal transport systems, telecom industry reforms, public private partnerships and investment opportunities. High-ranking officials and experts will present the outlook for how these issues are affecting economic growth prospects and North America policy dynamics.

8:15 - 9:00 a.m. | Check-in & Breakfast


9:00 - 9:05a.m. | Welcome remarks from Foreign Affairs Editorial Team


9:05 - 10:00 a.m. | Mexico's Master Plan: Implementing the National Infrastructure Program
Mexico’s National Infrastructure Program consists of more than 500 projects in the energy, transport and telecom sectors designed to increase competitiveness and spur economic growth. This panel will look at the program’s progress as well as the relevant challenges facing the Pena Nieto administration, especially in light of budget constraints caused by the decline in oil revenues.


10:05 - 11:00 a.m. | A New Era for Transportation: Is Multi-Modal System Integration Working?
Increasing connectivity between transportation systems in Mexico has the potential to transform the North American logistics corridor by improving the supply chain flow and addressing gaps in security. Integration relies not only on connecting the movement of goods, but on establishing a single framework for information and ticketing. This panel will explore Mexico’s progress toward an integrated platform, and provide comparisons of existing multimodal systems like the MTA in America and TFL in the UK.


11:15 a.m. - 12:15 p.m. | The Telecoms Overhaul: What Does It Mean For Investors?
When President Pena Nieto assumed office in 2012, he pledged the passage of substantial reforms to Mexico’s telecom industry, following decades of monopolization. This panel will discuss how deregulation and reforms are positioning the telecom and information technology sectors as a competitive opportunity for investors — and what challenges remain for both the public and private sectors.


12:15 - 1:15 p.m. | Networking Lunch


1:30-2:15 p.m. | Concurrent Breakout Sessions 

Mexico City's New International Airports and Airlines

Mexico: America's Logistics Platform


2:25 - 3:15 p.m. | Financing Infrastructure: Needs and Opportunities

Mexico’s ambitious National Infrastructure Program requires a bold and innovative financing strategy. A central part of this strategy is the promotion of public private partnerships facilitated by new regulations and new investment vehicles. How do investors effectively bid to become major players in large scale PPP projects whilst also mitigating against risk? What is the long term outlook for the Mexican economy and is the infusion of cash from private investors enough to help achieve the goals of the National Infrastructure Program?


3:15 - 4:30 p.m. | Networking Reception

One-on-one business meetings will take place between participants and investors throughout the day

Secretary Gerardo Ruiz Esparza is the Secretary of Communications and Transport for the Government of Mexico.

 

F. Thaddeus Arroyo is the General Director for AT&T Mexico.

 

Monica Aspe is the Deputy Secretary of Communications at the Mexican Ministry of Communications and Transportation (SCT). She is the executive branch’s official in charge of implementing the public policies related to the Constitutional Telecommunications Reform.

Ms. Aspe lead the effort of the Mexican transition from analogue to digital television, which has been widely recognized as one of the fastest in the world and the first one in Latin America. Currently, Ms. Aspe is leading several strategic projects including Red Compartida, which will be the largest PPP project in the Mexican history and is expected to transform the wireless market worldwide. Prior to her appointment as Undersecretary of Communications, Ms. Aspe chaired the Office of the Information and Knowledge Society in the SCT; in this position, she launched the most important Internet connectivity project in Mexico.

Ms. Aspe also has served as the General Director of the Radio and Television National Chamber and ran a public policy consultancy firm in infrastructure, telecommunications and broadcasting. 

 

Mauricio Braniff is the President of Interpuerto Multimodal Mexico.

 

Oscar Callejo holds a BA in Political Science and Public Administration from the Universidad Iberoamericana, and a Master degree in Public Policy from the Instituto Tecnológico de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey.

In 1998, he began his carrier in the public service as Advisor in the General Directorate of Government of the Ministry of Interior. With an 18 years career in the Federal Public Administration, he has served as: Advisor of the Vice-Minister of Sectorial Policy of the Ministry of the Agrarian Reform; Director of Organization at the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources; Head of Planning in the Federal Electricity Commission; General Director of Studies and Liaison with the delegations of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources; General Director of Federal Liaison at the Ministry of the Interior; General Director of SCT Delegation in the State of México (SCT: Ministry of Communications and Transports); General Director of SCT Delegation in the state of San Luis Potosí; Chief of Staff of the Secretary of Communications and Transports, General Director of Roads Development and General Director of Federal Roads of the Ministry of Communications and Transports.

Currently he is Under-Secretary of Infrastructure of the Ministry of Communications and Transports.

 

Roberto Calvet is the Managing Director of AECOM in Mexico. For over 25 years of Engineering, Construction and Project Management professional  experience in Mexico and Latin America, he has served as Managing Director and Operations Director of companies such as CH2M, ICA and ROCAL. His experience includes Hospitality, Residential and Commercial developments, as well as Manufacturing, Chemical and Pharmaceutical projects. He has managed Energy, Water, and Environmental projects as well as Design-Build-Finance-Operate (DBFO) programs for Social Infrastructure. His participation at Professional Associations include: Vice-President of the Mexican Construction Chamber (CMIC), Vice-President of the National Consulting Chamber of Mexico (CNEC), National Coordinator of the Social Responsibility Committee (CMIC) and Board Member of the North American Construction Federation (NACF). He graduated as Civil Engineering at Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico. He also holds the AD-2 Executive Officers Management Diploma from IPADE Business School and a degree in Corporate Finance at Universidad Iberoamericana.

 

Michael C. Camuñez is President & CEO of ManattJones Global Strategies, which provides strategic advice and advocacy to help clients doing business in emerging markets, with a particular emphasis on Mexico. From 2010 to 2013 he served as the U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce, where he managed a global portfolio to help lead the U.S. government’s efforts to open new markets for U.S. goods, services and investment. He is widely recognized for playing a critical role in rebalancing U.S. economic policy toward Mexico and was the chief architect of the U.S.-Mexico High Level Economic Dialogue, which he proposed, coordinated and later helped launch during President Obama’s visit to Mexico in May 2013. Mr. Camuñez served in the Obama White House for two years as Special Counsel and Special Assistant to the President. He was previously a partner at the international law firm O’Melveny & Myers LLP. He is a graduate of Harvard College and Stanford Law School. He currently serves on the boards of the Association of Mexican Entrepreneurs/Asociacion de Empresarios Mexicanos (AEM) and the Pacific Council on International Policy, where he chairs the Council’s Mexico Initiative.  He is also a Life Member of the Council on Foreign Relations.

 

Mario de la Cruz Sarabia is the President of the National Chamber of Electronic Industry, Telecommunications and Information Technologies (CANIETI) since march 15th of 2016. Before that, he was the National Digital Strategy Vicepresident in the CANIETI.

He also is the Head of Government Affairs of Cisco Systems, position that allows him to impulse IT, regulatory and corporative policies trough institutional relations.
De la Cruz has a 20 years trajectory in private sector and public service, standing out for his knowledge and contributions to the national growth of México.

During this time, he participated in the financial sector in Banamex-Citibank and the World Bank in Washington, D.C., in the team that elaborated the World Development Report. In the public sector he has been Economic Development Secretary and President of the Mexican Association of Economic Development Secretaries, being the first President elected by unanimity.

Economist from the Instituto Tecnológico Autónomo de México (ITAM), he also graduated with honors from the Marshall School of Business of the University Of Southern California (USC) where he obtained an MBA. He also has studies in telecommunications sector in the ITAM, business development in the IPADE and in energetic industry in the University of Texas at Austin.
 

Dr. Aaron Dychter Poltolarek. He is President and Founder of ADHOC Consultores Asociados, S.C., through which provides consulting services in investment projects in infrastructure, transport and energy. From December 1994 to December 2006, he served as Undersecretary of Transportation in the Department of Communications and Transportation, in such capacity he led the processes of opening up to private investment the railways and the airports in Mexico, as well as the creation of the first passenger train system for suburban Mexico City. Previously, he held various positions in the Treasury Department, the Programming and Budget Department and the Department of Energy. He was President of the National Advisory Committee on Standardization of Land Transport; participated as a member of the Board of the North Central Airport Group and of Empresas ICA; and prior to this, he participated in the board of directors of Southeast Airport Group, North Central Airport Group, Pacific Airport Group and Airport Group of Mexico City. He is currently Advisor (as part of the Project Manager) in the Project for the New Airport of Mexico City.

He graduated from the University of the Americas and has an M.Ph. and Ph.D. in economics from the George Washington University.

 

Ginger S. Evans manages one of the world’s busiest airport systems comprised of O’Hare and Midway International Airports as Chicago's Department of Aviation (CDA) Commissioner. Each year, Chicago’s airports handle more than 90 million passengers, over one million operations and 1.5 million tons of cargo. Evans is also charged with implementing a capital plan for O’Hare — focused on customer service, supporting tenant requirements, increasing O’Hare’s already robust global connectivity, and increasing the airfield’s efficiency and capacity.
 
O’Hare International is the busiest airport in the world for operations. In 2014, O’Hare handled nearly 882,000 operations and 70 million passengers. More than 50 passenger carriers provide service to over 210 destinations across the globe. O’Hare is also a leader in the air cargo industry, serving more than 30 cargo airlines and ranking sixth in North America and 17th in the world by cargo tonnage. Midway International is the nation’s premier airport for point-to-point domestic service. There were nearly 250,000 operations and more than 21 million passengers at Midway in 2014, the highest in the airport’s 88-year history. Six airlines at Midway provide service to 70 destinations.
 
Evans has 30 years of aviation experience. She joined the CDA in June 2015 after serving as Vice President of Engineering for the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority (MWAA) in Washington, D.C. She has overseen major projects at Reagan National and Dulles airports, as well as the new Silver Line Metrorail extension. Prior to her role as Vice President at MWAA, Evans worked in private consulting on major aviation projects in Europe, the Middle East, and Latin America, as well as rail projects in New York and Washington. Prior to this, she served as Director of Aviation for Denver International Airport.
 
Ms. Evans is the recipient of the American Society of Engineers President’s Medal; the McGraw-Hill Engineering News Record Award of Excellence; and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Pollution Prevention Award. She is a member of the National Academy of Construction and the International Women’s Forum.

 

Susan Gray is the Global Head of Infrastructure for Standard & Poor’s newly established sixth global Infrastructure practice which builds on S&P Global Rating’s 25 years of experience in rating global infrastructure transactions and comprises dedicated analysts in 16 cities around the world. The Infrastructure Practice includes transactions across project finance, midstream energy, oil refining, merchant power, renewables, airports, roads, ports and public-private partnerships.  Susan leads Standard & Poor’s efforts to uphold its leading role in providing credit benchmarks, ratings and analytics to the infrastructure market. 

Susan is an experienced infrastructure banker and lawyer with a substantial knowledge of energy and transportation investment and financing. Susan was previously Head of Infrastructure Sponsor Coverage and Head of Airports at Macquarie Capital in North America. She worked in Asia, Australia and the Americas over her 20 year career in infrastructure at Macquarie.   Prior to joining Macquarie, Susan served as an advisor to the Australian Federal Government on trade policy, industry policy and labor policy.

Susan holds an Honors Degree in Economics and a Law Degree from the University of Sydney. Susan is a trustee of the Lower East Side Tenement Museum in New York and an NACD Fellow.  Susan represents S&P Global on the IIF Infrastructure and Green Finance Working Groups and the B20 Infrastructure Taskforce.

 

Geronimo Gutierrez is the Managing Director of Nadbank.

 

Lisa Kubiske is the Deputy Assistant Secretary of State for International Finance and Development.

A United States diplomat with experience in Latin America, China/Hong Kong, and Washington D.C., Kubiske served as the U.S. Ambassador to Honduras (2011-2014), Deputy Chief of Mission in Brazil (2008-2011) and Deputy Chief of Mission in the Dominican Republic (2003-2006).

Earlier assignments include service as the Western Hemisphere Economics Director at the State Department; Officer in the State Department's Operations Center and Secretariat Staff; Investment Director and Negotiator at the United States Trade Representative's Office (USTR); chief of the Economic-Political Section at the United States Consulate General in Hong Kong; and additional work in Shanghai, China and in Mexico, DF, Mexico.

She was awarded the State Department's highest honor, a Valor Award, for her coordination of U.S. search teams following the major Mexican earthquakes of September 1985. She has earned other awards as well, including a Superior Honor Award for her work as DCM in Santo Domingo and, most recently, Superior Honor awards for her participation in the public outreach campaign on behalf of the United States-Peru Free Trade Agreement and her efforts on behalf of the United States-Brazil biofuels cooperation.

Ms. Kubiske holds a Bachelor's Degree from Brandeis University and a Masters of Science in Foreign Service (MSFS) degree from Georgetown University.

 

Nikolaj Lippmann is Mexico Equity Strategist at Morgan Stanley. Nikolaj was ranked top 3 every year from 2011-2015 by Institutional Investor including several number 1 rankings. He has also been recognized in other categories for II and other investor surveys. He holds a Master of Finance degree from the Copenhagen Business School, where he also spend a period teaching Corporate Finance to graduate students and a BS in Business and Economics from the Aarhus School of Business and Economics. In addition, Nikolaj has studied programs at Harvard University, London Business School and Griffith University. 

Prior to joining Morgan Stanley in 2010, Nikolaj headed LatAm equity and GEM Equity at BI Asset Management. The funds under his management were generally among the best quartile in LatAm equity. He was a member of the Board of Directors at Medica Sur, a listed hospital operator in Mexico from 2009-2011. At Morgan Stanley, Nikolaj heads research in Mexico, covers Mexico Equity Strategy and a number of different sectors, LatAm real estate, LatAm cement and industrials/petrochemicals. He has participated as a research analysts in a number of IPOs and equity issues in the construction, food, real estate, petrochemical/industrial, infrastructure and cement sectors.

 

Miguel Martinez serves as the executive director of the Trade & Logistics Innovation Center in Mexico where he is in charge of developing the competitive agenda for the country. Martinez is also founder and President of Neogistics and a thought leader and recognized as a visionary in the logistics space. His expertise in Supply Chain Management, Strategic Network Design and Distribution Planning for consumer packaged goods companies in Asia Pacific, Mexico and San Diego has earned him an enviable reputation in several geographies.

In addition, Martinez had the responsibility of developing the Infrastructure Plan for BOTTLERS in Eastern Europe, South America, and Japan. He is a frequent speaker at international supply chain forums having recently delivered a key~note address at the Expo Logistica - Mexico City, Logistics Forum, Supply Chain Forum in Sydney, Australia and in Tokyo, Japan. Martinez holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering from the Georgia Institute of Technology.

 

Gray Newman served as Managing Director and Chief Latin America Economist at Morgan Stanley for 14 years until his retirement in 2014. He covered Latin American economies for more than two decades, first from Mexico City and then from New York. As Morgan Stanley’s chief economist for the region since 2000, he was a well-known figure in central banks and finance ministries and enjoyed unusual access for a foreigner. Mr. Newman has been ranked first-place as the best Latin American economist by Institutional Investor (II) in its annual “Institutional Investor Latin America Research Team” in 11 of the 14 years through 2014. 

Prior to joining Morgan Stanley, Mr. Newman was Senior Latin America Economist at Merrill Lynch.  Prior to that, he was Chief Economist for Latin America for the Hong Kong Shanghai Bank (HSBC) in New York.  Before working at HSBC, he was Senior Economist for Interacciones Casa de Bolsa, a Mexico City-based brokerage house.  He has also worked as a foreign correspondent and practiced law in Washington, DC where he is admitted to the bar.

Mr. Newman is regularly cited by local and international financial press, has appeared frequently on CNBC and has written two books. He holds degrees in economics and law.

 

Raul Ortega is the Executive Director of Axtel Mexico.

 

Hector Saúl Ovalle is General Director of COCONAL. From Durango, he graduated as a Civil Engineer from the Iberoamericana University. MBA from Esade and Exchange student from Georgetown University. In 2012 he participated in the executive education program “Infrastructure in a Market Economy” in the Kennedy School, Harvard University. Participant of the supervision, cost control and planning of the NCC Project Norrosleden (10kms of highways and 4kms of tunnels) and the Ministry of Swedish Ways in the development, financing and operation of the Norra Länken Project. He joined Coconal as technical superintendent for the rehabilitation of MExico City’s International Airport Project. Later on as Deputy Manager for concessions in charge of commercialization, maintenance programs, administrative aspects and financial management of the company’s road concessions. Between 2008 and 2015 he collaborates as Concession Director responsible for the administration, operation, maintenance and financing of Coconal’s concessions. In 2007 he joins the Board and since February 2015 he is Director General of the corporation. 
 

Héctor Saúl Ovalle Favela, COCONAL Chairman of the board. From Gómez Palacio Durango. Graduated as civil engineer from the National Polytechnic Institute with postgraduate studies in construction, infrastructure operation, law, fiscal, finance and management. He served a 25-year professional career at ICA of which his last 5 years he performed as Vice Chair and member of the board till 1998 when he joined Coconal. By 2001 he was the member of the board of the Coconal corporation which regroups six companies: a construction branch, three franchises, a motorway toll operator, a road tarmacking company and heavy machinery company. He boasts great experience in the construction of canals, agricultural structures, perforation for drinking water and irrigation wells, maritime, hydroelectric and road construction, as well as administration and operation of infrastructure concessions and municipal services outlining operation and maintenance of road tolls, parking lots, integrated managements of public draining, drinking water, drenching and waste water treatment. Regular public speaker at national and international fora. Emeritus member of the Mexican School of Civil Engineers since 2010. 

 

Mr. Federico Patiño holds a Law Degree from the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM – Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), with a career that has focused primarily on the financial industry. From 1980 to March 2008 he has held several positions at NAFIN (Nacional Financiera), such as: Deputy Director General of Credit, Deputy Director General of Finance, Deputy Director General of Development, and Deputy Director General of Investment Banking, among others.

During 2007 and through 2008, he served as Deputy Director General of Investment Banking and Corporate Finance at BANCOMEXT (Banco Nacional de Comercio Exterior – National Foreign Trade Bank).

He was responsible for the creation of the CMIC (Corporación Mexicana de Inversiones de Capital - Mexican Corporation of Capital Investments) which is a source of private capital funds created mid-2006 by the mexican development bank, and invests in private capital or high-risk funds that have the primary goal of investing in mexican companies.

Mr. Patiño coordinated the placement of airport groups on the stock market; was responsible for financing Mexico City International Airport’s Terminal 2, as well as the privatization of the first FARAC (Fideicomiso de Apoyo para el Rescate de Autopistas Concesionadas -  Trust for the Support of Rescuing Leased Highways) highway package for a sum of $44 billion mexican pesos. 

In 2008, he was commissioned for the creation of the FONADIN (National Infrastructure Fund – Fondo Nacional de Infraestructura), and designated as Director of Investment Banking at BANOBRAS (Banco Nacional de Obras y Servicios Públicos - National Bank of Works & Utilities) and Fiduciary of said trust, being responsible for the financial structuring of infrastructure PPPs until February 2013.

From 2013 to September 2015 he served as Director of Finance for the GACM (Grupo Aeroportuario de la Ciudad de México – Mexico City Airport Group), where he successfully implemented financing for $3 billion USD through a revolving credit line, the largest sum in corporate bonds granted to this date for a Latin American infrastructure project.

He is currently the CEO of the GACM, which is in charge of financing, building and operating Mexico City’s New International Airport, Latin America’s largest infrastructure project and the most ambitious Mexican government project of the last decades.

 

David Penaloza is the Chief Executive Officer of Pinfra. 

 

Gabriel Székely was born in Mexico where he serves as the CEO of the National Telecommunications Association (ANATEL), a business organization sponsored by the three telecom carriers providing service nationwide, as well as the world´s leading network and equipment manufacturers operating in Mexico.

Székely has been a consultant to Ericsson, Cisco and the Government of Sweden, and participated as author and coauthor in the publication of three books on telecommunications policy published in the United States and Mexico.

Székely, whose experience in the public sector includes working as Advisor in the Office of the President in 2001, had a long standing academic career at the University of California, San Diego and at Mexico´s leading institution specializing in foreign affairs, El Colegio de México. He graduated from The Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies, SAIS, in Washington, D.C. and earned his PhD from The George Washington University.

 

Alberto S. Jones Tamayo is President and General Director of Moody’s de México, S.A. de C.V., which includes oversight of operations in the nations of northern Latin America. He is also an advisor to Moody’s Latin America in Argentina. He began his career as an economist at Mexico’s Ministry of the Treasury and soon moved on to Citibank México, where he built a career in risk and treasury management, strategic planning and other areas of expertise.

Before joining Moody’s, Jones Tamayo served six years as Executive Director of Capital Markets and Transactional Banking at BankBoston in Mexico (now Bank of America); was Executive Director at Heller Financial; and Vice-President of Structured Financing for Chase Manhattan Bank México. Before that he served as Director of Financial Engineering and Corporate Consultancy at Valores Mexicanos Casa de Bolsa.

Alberto holds an undergraduate degree in economics and an MA in International Management from ITAM university (Mexico), where he also served as an BA- and MA-level economics and international finance instructor, in addition to coordinating that institution’s Diploma in International Management program. He received a Banamex economics prize in 1989. He is a sought-after invited speaker on economics and finance issues at conferences in Mexico, the US, Europe, Central and South America, and has published in numerous specialty magazines and newspapers. He is a co-author of JPMorgan Chase’s The Treasurer’s Handbook.

Jones Tamayo is also a member of the Centro de Estudios Económicos del Sector Privado (CEESP) Technical Advisory Board for Economic Matters; the IMEF’s National Economic Studies Board; is chair of that institution’s National Corporate Finance Technical Committee; is a member of the Finance Board at the Colegio Mexicano de Ingenieros Civiles and advises the philanthropic organization known as Proideas, AC.

 

Jorge Luis Torres Aguilar is the President for FedEx Express México. He is in charge of directing all FedEx operations in the country and has full P&L responsibility for FedEx Express Mexico, leading a dynamic team of more than 5,000 employees. He began his career with FedEx twenty-six years ago, holding various positions, including Quality Control Manager for Mexico and Central America, Engineering Manager, Regional Operations Manager and Operations Director Northern District. Torres led the ISO-9000 Standard Certification project for FedEx Latin America in 1994 and has given more than 200 lectures on various subjects such as: Logistics, Leadership, Competitiveness and Quality Control.

In 2004, he was awarded the Premio Nacional de Logística (National Logistics Award) from the Asociación de Ejecutivos en Logística, Distribución y Tráfico A. C. in the “Best Executive” category. In 2009, he also received the Medal of Trade in the Executive category from Jalisco Governor Emilio Gonzalez Marquez and in 2011 Torres was named International Commerce Executive of the Year in Jalisco, Mexico. Torres currently serves as member of the Board of the American Chamber Mexico. 

 

Oliver Wack is an Associate Director of Control Risks’ Global Risk Analysis unit in the Andean region, and is an expert for Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador. Oliver provides clients with baseline reviews of the region’s current and likely future economic, political and security climates and analyses the resulting operational issues they are likely to encounter.

Highlights of Oliver’s recent projects include:
*An assessment of the impact of low oil prices on the economic and social environment in Venezuela, including their implications for political stability and the government’s willingness and ability to service domestic debt for a multinational company in the telecommunications sector.
*A detailed review of how the Colombian government’s peace negotiations with the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) guerrilla group affect the short-term security environment and reshapes social and political risks in the longer term.
*An on-the-ground assessment of security and political risks to infrastructure projects in south-western Colombia, including in the highly complex departments of Cauca, Nariño, Tolima, Valle del Cauca.

Oliver previously worked for the Organisation of American States (OAS) in the US and Colombia. As a Verification Officer with the Mission to Support the Peace Process in Colombia (MAPP/OAS), Oliver participated in the peace process between the Colombian Government and the Autodefensas Unidas de Colombia (AUC) paramilitary umbrella group. Oliver has also held Consultant positions at the OAS General Secretariat in Washington, DC and participated in electoral observation missions to Colombia, El Salvador, Guatemala, Mexico, Nicaragua, Panama and Venezuela.

Oliver holds a First Class BA (Hons) in Development Studies and International Relations from London Metropolitan University and graduated summa cum laude from his Masters of International Affairs in International Security at the Institut d’Études Politiques de Paris (Sciences Po). Oliver is a native German speaker and is fluent in English, Spanish and French.

 

Jose Zozaya is the Chief Executive Officer of KSCM.

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